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The Journey of Sounds- Malaca - (Digipak with English/Portuguese 142 page colour booklet)

KANTIGA DI PADRI SA CHANG

The Journey of Sounds- Malaca - (Digipak with English/Portuguese 142 page colour booklet)

Ref: FSD6948


Price: 19.99

Portuguese / Malaysian influences from the Malacca straits, control of which meant effective control of the South China sea spice trade. Lullabies, hymns and folk dances.

1. Sekush Marinyeros 2. Ao Nosso Algarve 3. Vira di Santa Marta 4. Vira Bairu Português 5. Indu Eu / Ti Anika / O Malhão / Verdi Gayo 6. Salve Rainha 7. Anda Roda 8. Ti' Anika 9. Nina Bobói 10. Morisko 11. Cochicho 12. O Malhão 13. Assis a Macau 14. Mama Sa Filo 15. Estrella do Mar 16. Ave Mari Strella 17. Casa Bedri 18. Vira Kuré 19. O Vira Vamos 20. Floris Yo Kubisá 21. Kantu Sen Fazé Fabor 22. Tiru Liru Liru 23. Baté Peu 24. Sarampa 25. Bintana 26. Dia Di San Pedro 27. Fado Di Coimbra 28. Fara Pera 29. Kapten Di Barku 30. Ala Marinyeros 31. Langgiang-Langgiang 32. Jinkly Nona 33. O Amor



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Lagu-Lagu Melayu Nostalgia, Malaysian Vintage Music in the Early 60s (CD-R)

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Lagu-Lagu Melayu Nostalgia, Malaysian Vintage Music in the Early 60s (CD-R)

Ref: FSD6802


Price: 19.99

Brilliant album of 60s Malaysian music. Melayu songs combined with Latin (mambo, cha cha cha, bolero, tango), jazz-swing, rock 'n' roll and other styles. Beautifully relaxed and mellow vibe. Artists include Sutinah and Momo. Comes as CD-R in printed single paper envelope.

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Orkes Melayu - Bukit Siguntang (CD-R)

HASNAH TAHAR

Orkes Melayu - Bukit Siguntang (CD-R)

Ref: FSD6804


Price: 19.99

Hasnah Tahar was born in Singapore in 1933 to Indonesian parents. In 1948 the family returned to Padang in Sumatra, and Hasnah joined a theatre troupe. In 1950 she went to Jakarta where her career took off as a singer and appearing in films. This CD is compiled from 78s from the 1950s and 60s. Comes as CD-R in printed single paper envelope.

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Irama Bersukaria Dari Malay (CD-R)

THE BINTANG MALAYA HAWAIIAN BAND

Irama Bersukaria Dari Malay (CD-R)

Ref: FSD6806


Price: 19.99

Another fascinating CD of Melayu/Hawaiian music from 1960s with elements of kroncong, jazz and other styles compiled from 10 inch vinyl. Subtitled Happy Music from Malaya.

Comes as CD-R in printed single paper envelope.

1. Rasa Sayang 2. Kedengaran Suara 3. Bangawan Solo 4. Nona Di Kedai 5. Nona Sayang Saya Sayang 6. Nona Pakai Bunga 7. Chinta di Hati 8. Nona Pakai Kebaya 9. Non Di Sayang 10. Canji Papa Levar Gosto 11. Mama Papa Twist 12. Veros Dos Bintana 13. Gado Gado 14. Rangkaian Melati



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Just for the Love of It (Book + CD)

Just for the Love of It (Book + CD)

Ref: FSB6833


Price: 59.99

222 page, A4 size full colour paperback book with 24 track CD. Written by Paul Augustin and James Lochhead

Just for the Love of It celebrates the musicians and bands who are such a part of Penang’s rich musical heritage and highlights how this music has been so integrally woven into the wider tapestry of Penang’s growth. It tells of the factors that influenced the popularisation of music in the 1930s to 1960s, including the role of radio, cinema, TV, venues, commerce and fashions. Vibrantly illustrated, beautifully designed with a free CD, Just for the Love of It presents this fascinating story of Penang in a creative, lively, and utterly engaging style.


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Musika - Malaya's Early Music Scene - 1900 -1965 (Book)

Musika - Malaya's Early Music Scene - 1900 -1965 (Book)

Ref: FSB6834


Price: 59.99

Paperback, 255 pages, English and Malay. A4 size.

Parallel to the developments of the Jazz and Blues music in the US towards the end of the 19th century, Malay’s music in that period was experiencing its vast evolvement of diversity through the Bangsawan opera’s golden era. Shifting gradually with the insertion of modern musical instruments within the opera’s orchestra, had simultaneously produced talented and well played musicians in the Malay World. Thus, the origin of Malay’s popular music could often be traced back through its many musicians that developed since the early 20th century.

This book entitled MUSIKA - Malaya’s Early Music Scene will take us to rediscover the groundbreaking artistes that had helped to shape the Malay musical heritage within the last century. Biographical pages of the artist in chronological order includes musicians, composers, bandleaders and singers portraying their early lives and struggles throughout the years.

The MUSIKA - Malaya’s Early Music Scene is the first compilation of the Malaya’s Early Musician reference volume which cater to anyone who fancy Malaya’s music history from the 1900s to 1965.

Azlan M. Said / Author, Edited by Juffri Supa'at


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